The first three years of life are a period of rapid growth and development that lay the foundation for future learning and wellbeing. The aim of this unit is to provide students with a thorough and critical working knowledge of current research, theory and issues in infant and toddler learning and development. The domains of cognitive, social, emotional, language, motor and physical development are explored. Infants and toddlers are viewed as capable and resourceful, predisposed to form relationships and ready to learn from birth.
Unit details and rules
|84 credit points including EDEC2010 and EDEC2008
|Available to study abroad and exchange students